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A new implant site superior to the former site was chosen to ensure that all skin covering the new magnet would be uninvolved from the prior wound site.
(2015), a healing time of 21 days is indicated for this type of flap, but in the current cases, only 15 days were required after tumor resection, from tube creation to healing and subsequent relocation to the implant site. Despite the recommended period of 21 days being different from the time observed in the current cases, our results were favorable.
The subpectoral pocket: the preferred implant site for pediatric pacemakers.
Cone Beam Computed Tomography is an excellent diagnostic modality in oral implantology, which is used to assess the implant site, presence of pathological changes and foreign bodies, morphology and relation with the surrounding anatomical structures.
Andreana, "Primary stability comparison using piezoelectric or conventional implant site preparation systems in cancellous bone: a pilot study," Implant Dentistry, vol.
In addition, the bone of implant site was sent for histological analysis, which confirmed the presence of normal trabecular bone formation by the hematoxylin-eosin staining and the confocal microscopy (Figure 3).
The Amplatzer PFO Occluder device should not be used in patients with a heart valve infection or other untreated infections, or a heart tumor or blood clot at the implant site. The device is also contraindicated in patients with other abnormal connections between the heart chambers or in whom the cardiovascular anatomy or blood clots would interfere with the ability to move the catheter used to deliver the device to the heart.
Adverse events not related to the implant site occurred in 42 of the implant subjects (48.3%) and 47 of the sublingual treatment subjects (52.8%).
The elimination of the visible lump and scar at a conventional pacemaker's implant site, in addition to the removal of patient activity restrictions that may prevent the dislodgement or damage to a conventional lead, will potentially improve the quality of life for patients with this technology by allowing most to continue living active, uninhibited lifestyles.
So continuous monitoring of subcutaneous temperature means regular scanning of a reader to the cattle skin very near the implant site which is hard to achieve in field situation.